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StescoG66
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 6:48 pm    Post subject: Sipea relay identification/schematic Reply with quote

Hello again folks. Long time since I have been on here, to be honest I have kinda neglected the forums of recent years.....

Anyway, hope you don't mind my tapping in to the vast fonts of knowledge that exist within this fine site. I am trying to identify an equivalent to Sipea 0444 4J or 4F or perhaps even 7L.... Anyway does anybody have a schematic of these relays as I am looking for a replacement/equivalent? I gather that in old Sipea speak 0444 denotes normally closed, while 0440 is normally open. What do the 6/7 number plus letters represent?- I assume it is down to amperage, but who knows.Also what does this relay actuallly do? It sames to me to be connected with the brake pad warning/brake fluid reservoir warning light.........
Here's where my confusion arises. A few kind souls have given me pics etc of the relays installed in their cars, and the 87 pins seem to be labelled 87 and 87b. I can find no such equivalent aftermarket, but I can get normally closed with pins 87 and 87a (I have one). What is the significance of difference in the pin labelling?
Anyway, photos links below if it helps, plus a diagram showing the voltage as present at the fuse box pins for that relay. This was taken at another car, but mine seems to follow the pattern. The last - black - relay is the one I think is the equivalent. All very confusing.....

Car is a 1988 Sprint 1.7QV
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RFlower
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 30, 2020 10:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have no information on specific relay manufacturers' part numbers, but the standard terminal designations are here https://www.12voltplanet.co.uk/relay-guide.html

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